Linux hardening: a 15-step checklist for a secure Linux server

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Gus Khawaja

Gus Khawaja

Most people assume Linux is secure, and that’s a false assumption. Imagine your laptop is stolen without first being hardened. A thief would probably assume your username is “root” and your password is “toor” since that’s the default password on Kali and most people continue to use it. Do you? I hope not.

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